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Old 11-10-2013, 12:43 PM   #1
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Default 15 gallon thermoelectrically cooled conical project

With most parts needed. The large aluminum heat syncs were custom CNC milled to fit sung. Wheels, thermowell, sampling valve, etc.

I'm into this for about $935.

$750 takes it all.

Here's a how-to on temp controlled conicals

http://conical-fermenter.com/wp-cont...p-download.pdf


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Old 11-10-2013, 12:53 PM   #2
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Where in MD are you did you ever use the conical? What brand is it?


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Just south of Baltimore. I'd be happy to meet half way. It's a Stout Tanks and Kettles conical. I've used it many times. Just finished a 10 gallon Quadrupel in it. The 1.5" TC tasting valve was an addon to their standard conical. Near the end of fermentation it's like drinking from a cask!
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$700 bump.
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Looks familiar, a lot like what this guy wanted to do . . . Very interesting. Why not finish the project?
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Planning on putting the funds towards a jacketed conical.
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Wish I could get just those aluminum heat syncs! I just purchased a Stout fermenter and have been eyeing that same write-up you linked.
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Would you be willing part out the temperature control bits? I've got the same conical and have been thinking about this for a bit. Where in Maryland? If you're near Baltimore, I'm up that way quite a bit and can pick them up.
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Would you be willing part out the temperature control bits? I've got the same conical and have been thinking about this for a bit. Where in Maryland? If you're near Baltimore, I'm up that way quite a bit and can pick them up.
I could do that for $200 and will throw in a modified PC Power supply I used to test. The blocks are large enough to hold 2 peltiers & 2 fans each.
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That's shipped BTW. $175 if you want to pick them up.


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